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that final parade through los angeles on october 12th where it then, you know, goes home to the california science museum? >> they have to get it off. that's first thing. can't take the 747 down the streets. they would have to cut down all the trees. they'll pull it off, put it on the ground and prepare it to go through the streets. and that is, you know, not just going to roll on its wheels. that's going to take a couple of weeks or a week to get that to go and it goes all by itself, beautiful little parade. >> chad myers, come back once we see endeavor land at l.a.x. we'll walk through the live pictures on our watch. >>> top of the hour, now this. and top of the hour, i'm brooke baldwin. the big story we're working in the world of politics, that being the fact that right now online the mitt romney campaign is in fact releasing the 2012 tax returns. questions now, how will the details of his taxes actually play into what is happening here politically as we are now, you know, less than seven weeks away from that november 6th date. we have christine romans, we also have candy crowley standi
this left/right conservative liberal gridlock. >> joining me now is los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa and thank you both for being here. madam secretary, start with you and the school choice issue. you seem to be wavering on where you are in school choice. is it the answer when it comes to accountability in the local school systems or maybe are we rushing too much? >> no, i'm a big supporter of school choice so long as we have information that empowers the consumer so they can use it effectively. all of the things that go hand in hand. when parents are powered with information and the resources as governor romney said to follow with the children to schools of their choice i think it's a perfect combination. >> what is your hesitancy? right now it's no better, right? >> i don't think we're seeing that. in d.c., we have seen really effective school choice programs work around other parts of the country. here is the difference. you know, kids can vote with their feet. parents can vote with their feet whether they are in charter schools or with school vouchers as we have in d.c. >> you wo
do those things for themselves. >> police in los angeles are searching for two men who robbed a branch of bank of america on tuesday. they strapped a device to a hostage and forced her to take money out of the bank vault. >> played out in daylight on the streets of l.a. a bank robbery carried out by a bank manager, kidnap, and told she was wearing a bomb which would be detonated if she did not do what she was told. >> a device was strapped to her body and that she was ordered to take the money out of the bank which she did. there were other employees inside and she explained to them what was happening and it showed them the device that was strapped to her body. everyone believed this was an explosive device. >> the device was removed and a robot was brought in to make it safe. the police still have not said whether it was a bomb or a fake. the robbers made off with an undisclosed amount of money. there was a similar robbery in 2003 in pennsylvania when a pizza delivery man walked into a bank with a pipe bomb and it took thousands of dollars. it was never established whether or
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with a noted author, benjamin barber. restoring the american economy and the continuing conversation about austerity. this weekend in los angeles, dr. baraber
majority didn't vote to approve the change, the los angeles mayor went ahead with it anyway. here's why, in his teleprompter, the script was already load, ordering him to declare that, quote nthe opinion of the chair, two-thirds having vote in the affirmative, we are going to continue all of this and continue the coverage here on "hannity." but first, let me welcome the reverend jesse jackson. >> good to see you. >> sean: this will be the convention that we will remember as the time that god was nay'd and boo'd by the democratic national convention? >> what i really think is that jesus at pon toint point said, lord is not the issue. it is not the name god, it's the will of disbod that's at stake here. we must focus not on whether we name god, allah, ya way, but we feed the hungry. >> sean: but we are not talking about feeding the hungry. we are talking about the democratic party boo'd and loudly and three separate times they boo'd, obviously a majority wanting it to stay the same with god taken out and jerusalem as the capitol of israel taken out. that's a reaction that the country has
in los angeles, 84 degrees. >>> let's check your national forecast. showers and thunderstorms will pop up from the gulf coast to north carolina and from pennsylvania to new york. it will be dry over much of the midwest. very hot from the mississippi valley into texas and oklahoma with the mercury reaching as high as 106 degrees. >>> in sports this morning, the nfl season kicks off with a grudge match between the cowboys and giants. lots of smoke as the super bowl champs came out of the tunnel. it was all dallas during the game. the cowboys dominated new york. tony romo threw for 307 yards and three td passes. cowboys take down the giants 24-17. as this new season begins, a new study shows how dangerous football can be and looks at what a career of collisions can do to the brain. it came out the same day the nfl made a $30 million donation to research the connection between brain injuries and long-term disorders. bigad shaban reports. >> during his eight seasons in the nfl, kevin turner had plenty of collisions. some so hard they made his head spin. >> some ringing in your ears. you may se
heist, but it played out in real life in los angeles today, two men in ski masks, armed and dangerous, they kidnap a bank manager and strap what the woman is told is a bomb to her waist. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: east los angeles, 0830. the drama begins to unfold. the manager of this bank of america, you can see her there, carefully walking out of the bank, there's a bomb strapped to her stomach. >> she was told it was explosives, and she was ordered to go into the bank, take out all the money. >> reporter: she told police, the robbers kidnapped her last night and forced her to play that terrifying part in that audacious heist. that is the bank manager's car being taken away for further investigation. the bank manager herself is being questioned by the fbi. the bomb squad using a robot to detonate the device is still unclear whether it was genuine. there are echoes of that fatal robbery in pennsylvania in 2003 when a pizza delivery guy walked into a bank with a pipe bomb strapped to his neck and walked out with $8,700. the bomb later exploded killing him, unclear whether he
with caroline kennedy also. >>> a bizarre bank robbery straight out of the movies leaves los angeles police baffled. plus andy roddick's emotional farewell at the u.s. open. >>> we begin with a look at today's eye-opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> i want to nominate a man who is cool on the outside but who burns for america on the inside. >> bill clinton defends president obama and makes the case for reelection. >> are we better off than we were when he took office? the answer is yes. >> the weather playing a role in the convention. president obama will not deliver his address at an outdoor football stadium. >> apparently the campaign is concerned about this well-known weather phenomenon known as empty seats. >> a broken off remnant of isaac is making a second appearance in the gulf of mexico. that could mean more downpours, flash flooding from louisiana to the florida panhandle. >>> here we go again with the tar balls. miles of louisiana's coastline closed to fishing. >>> a federal judge ruling arizona can enforce the most controversial part of its immigration law. >> show me your pape
. there we go. los angeles police are reporting this is their robotic, the police robot that you're looking at. this robot is on the scene of a bank robbery. it is a bank of america branch, downtown los angeles, kind of east los angeles, if you will. two robbery suspects at this point were reported but cannot be found. right now there are unconfirmed reports that there may have been explosives tied to a woman inside of that bank. as you can see, live pictures, these are live pictures from east los angeles, our fox affiliate in los angeles. anyway, wanted to show you those right now. let's stay on the west coast. we will bring you our west coast minutes as we continue to bring you what is happening. also watching some big stories, and here is one of them. 3600-acre fire raging in the san gabriel mountains outside of los angeles. officials said it could take up to a week to contain the blaze which has burned five and a half square miles of far. also, portland, oregon officials may approve i proposal for a publicly subsidized to tell at the convention center. the proposal would require between
of homes totally lost over here. this is a horrific sight. >> the wildfire in los angeles national forest grown to 3600 acres. thousands of people had to evacuate. >> breaking news out of pakistan this morning. an attack on a u.s. government vehicle there has left two americans among the wounded. >> dramatic video of a deadly air show crash in iowa. a jet took a nosedive and crashed into a field. >>> a monster truck lost control and careened straight into a group of spectators during a race in oregon saturday. >>> cape cod beaches may be opened but the fears of great white sharks that washed ashore. >> russell crowe had to be rescued by a u.s. coast guard boat after they lost their way off new york's long island. oops. >>> all that matters. >> they didn't want a debate about clint eastwood, they wanted it about mitt romney's ideas. people are talking about the bizarre clint eastwood performance. bizarre clint eastwood performance. >> it go ahead, make my soup. captioning funded by cbs >>> woel welcome to "cbs this morning," charlie rose and gail gail are off today. this is labor day -- pr
's popular curry village camping area. >>> to southern california. a bizarre bank robbery in los angeles today. police are looking for two men who took a bunch of money after kidnapping the bank manager the night before and after abducting her strapped a purported bomb to her body. here is nick watt. >> reporter: east los angeles 08:30. the manager of this bank of america walks in to work and tells the staff she has a bomb strapped to her stomach. >> a device was strapped to the woman's body. she was told that it was explosive. and she was ordered to go into the bank, take out all of the money. >> she told police the robbers kidnapped her last night and forced her to play that terrifying part in their audacious heist. the bomb squad removed the device and detonated it but unclear whether the device was genuine or fake. there are echos of the fatal robbery in pennsylvania back in 2003 when a pizza delivery guy walked into the bank with a pipe bomb strapped to his neck and walked out with $8,700. the bomb later exploded killing him, unclear whether he was in on the plot. this morning the b
place? the democratic party decided to send out the convention chairman, los angeles mayor, to have a voice vote and put "god" bad in the platform and knowledge jerusalem as the capital of israel. they need two thirds approval from the delegates in the crowd and then this happened. >> the matter requires two-thirds vote in the affirmative. all those delegates in favor say aye. all those delegates opposed, no. in the opinion -- let me do that again. all of those delegates in favor say "aye." all those delegates opposed, say "no." i'll do that one more time. all those delegates in favor say "aye." all those delegates opposed say "no." in the opinion of the chair, two-thirds have voted in the affirm, the motion is adopted and the platform has been amended, as shown on the screen. >> you can see some delegates booed when it was announced that god and jerusalem were back in the platform. a delegate told us she doesn't think this language is representative of democrats or americans and senator durbin was steamed at bret baier for suggesting this language made a difference at all. >> let m
in los angeles i'm geraldo rivera reporting on the major foreign policy blunder that may haunt the president in the final weeks of the election campaign. his administration stubborn refusal to state the obvious that the deadly attack on our people in libya last week was not a spontaneous mob reaction to an ugly antimuslim movie but rather a well planned coordinated terrorist attack. call it benghazi gate. the question of what the obama administration knew you about the true nature of the assault that killed our ambassador chris stevens and the three other brave americans and when they knew it and consider the possibility that this unfolding scandal will become a serious distraction for the president as he tries to capitalize on rival mitt romney's own week be from hell including mr. romney's comment about the 47% who don't pay any income tax and who therefore will never vote for him, the release this weekend of the governor's 2011 tax returns and the widespread feeling in the mainstream media at least that governor romney is losing this race. >> you are the c.e.o. of this campa
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the golden gate. >>mark: firefighters are continuing to battle a 3,600 a. blaze burning near los angeles. it has been burning since sunday. containment is up to 25 for sen. investigators are trying to figure out what caused the fire forcing thousands to to evacuate nearby camp grounds. the cyruses sincere addresses this force is fully contained. we are watching a fire to our north income was the county. steep terrain here as well forcing firefighters to battle from the year. three separate wild fires combined to burn more than 200 a. forcing authorities to shut down part of highway 16 16 >>darya: the time is 7:23 a.m. we're back with more than a couple of minutes. here is a live look of the traffic on 101 through san jose on the right-hand side is the commute direction, not too bad. the >>erica: we have a lot to get to this morning. here's a quick look at some of the top stories turn it around the internet. bob barker hosted the price is right for 35 years russia. he says that the producers chose to ignore him and have not offered to send him a dvd of the big taping. next summer report
are making progress battling a fire at angeles national park northeast of los angeles. the fire is now 24% contained. firefighters say because of the terrain and warm temperatures it could take another week before it's fully contained. the fire has burned 3600 acre in the san gabrielle mountains. no communities are threatened. the fire broke out on sunday near a camp ground forcing thousands to evacuate during the busy labor day weekend. >>> plans are in the works to change a small shopping center into an urban town center in chevy chase. developers have big plans for the chevy chase complex on connecticut avenue between jones bridge road and east west highway. they want to redevelop the land by adding apartment buildings, retail space and open space. the major redevelopment proposal is getting mixed reviews. >> we're really providing new community gathering spaces, a new park, new amenities, better dining and shopping options for them. >> any redevelop t it here that's happening is going to make things that much worse, that much more congested and make people more irritated. >> redevelop
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with noted law professor and longtime policy advocate peter edelman. a georgetown professor and former clinton administration official. out with a new text about poverty in america. his thoughts on what the growing divide between the haves and have-nots means and why the issue does not have the attention of leaders in washington. a conversation with peter edelman coming up right now. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it's the cornerstone we all know. it's not just a street or boulevard, but a place where walmart stands together with your community to make every day better. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: peter edelman is the founder and director of the center on poverty, inequality and public policy at georgetown and a former assistant secretary at the department of health and human services. he's also a noted author whose latest text is called "so rich, so poor: why it's so hard to end poverty in america," and i am honored to
. the shuttle-- riding piggy-back on a nasa plane-- will do flyovers of los angeles sacramento and san francisco. it will finish the last leg of the journey with a parade through the streets of los angeles. endeavour will come to rest at its new home at the california science center where it will become an exhibit. still to come this midday .... jim ramsey has your full forecast! sunday morning might have us dropping into the mid '30's with patchy frost that will be the coldest. of this coming up ... temperatures today will be relatively cool but it will remain so tomorrow and sunday the colder moments will be in the pre-dawn hours on sunday ... it is an overcast day today with some drizzle downtown the rain is expected to pick up ... nine right now it is 59 degrees at o'hare the temperature at midway is around 60 degrees 62 along the lakefront here in chicago ... we won't see too much increase in temperatures today because of the cloud cover but out in north dakota they have freeze warnings in effect and freeze watches all over this day ... temperatures are in the mid-20s out there that's the
, and abc's david kerley leads us off tonight. >> reporter: mitt romney raised $6 million in los angeles last night. but it's the number of fund-raisers versus appearances, which is worrying some republicans who feel the race slipping away. and are and inning big campaign changes. romney was dismissive when "60 minutes" asked if he can turn around his campaign. >> well, it doesn't need to turn around. we have a campaign that is tied with the incumbent president of the united states. >> reporter: tied in national polls but not leading in any states that may win the race. and after the release of a secret tape, the held of the republican party was asked about the apparent disconnect over changing strategy. >> is he in denial? >> i don't think so, george. i think that we had a good week last week. we were able to frame up the debate. >> reporter: while romney says he doesn't need a turnaround, his campaign is kicking off a new strategy tonight. advisers promise an intense battleground schedule, in colorado tonight, then ohio and virginia. it's still not enough to quiet even republican criti
, and then it will make its way to a los angeles museum, but there's the other shot. and clear. how cool is that? i could watch that all day. as i said earlier, we call this dream-o-vision because this represented our future, you know, the space program. now it's the end of an era. we're finding other ways to get into space. the shuttle program no longer in existence, and now many of these shuttles are going around the country to museums, those that are still around. you know, we lost a couple in flight. this is all good news. this is interesting. kids, grown-ups, everyone, will be able to go to the museum and take part in history really looking at this and what was once our future, amazingly, now our past. how soon we move on and progress. let's see what is next. here's endeavour owner. >>> congress has left the building and won't be back until after the election. a recess without taking care of key business, like looming fiscal cliff and the farm bill. well, you know nancy pelosi weighed in, john boehner is weighing in. you do not want to miss what they are saying about this. ahhhh drill sound chirping
record? we'll ask the convention chairman los angeles mayor are antonio villaraigosa. and the romney ticket takes its momentum on the road. we will ask our sunday panel if they have been able to shift the dynamics in this it campaign. all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> and hello again from fox news today in the queen city, charlotte, north carolina. site of the democratic national convention. our fox news sky box is high up in the time-warner cable arena, home of the probasketball charlotte bobcats and starting tuesday the first two days of this convention. and happy labor day weekend, everyone, while this holiday used to signal the start of the fall campaign, both sides have been hitting each other hard for months. as democrats prepare to nominate barack obama for a second term we are joined from the trail by his top strategist david axelrod. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thanks, chris, good to be with you. >> chris: any one at the democratic convention in denver four years ago remembers the magic there, the sense of hope and endless possibilities. how do you recapture
villaraigosa from los angeles said they had two-thirds. a lot of people in this hall didn't think so. >> he was in a tough spot. let's bring in our panel, steve hayez, joe trippi and eben britton. as -- and brit hume. brit, your thoughts? >> i thought it was a difficult day for this convention, which you know, it was clear yesterday that they didn't have -- kind of a rocky beginning before last night. and, you know, they had the problems with the platform and they had the problems, answering the question, are you better off and the president had given himself an incomplete, all suggesting that rust might be on the machine. and then this scene out here today, when they tried to fix that, they had three boys voices if you are going to declare it passed, why not diclair it on the first try? i felt badly for mayor villaraigosa up there. like a deer in the headline lights. he had a woman tell him over his shoulder, you have to let them do what they are going to do. i think this is sandra fluke. >> we will listen in. she is an advocate for reproductive rights, came to national prominenc
. fill me in. >> reporter: well, the latest, brooke, is that los angeles county sheriffs investigators have interviewed 70 current and former soccer players at la p t pepen puente high school. they say it appears hazing was going on in the soccer program for years and that some of it may have risen to the level of criminal conduct. four boys at the time of the alleged incident, three of them still minors today, one of them an adult, were questioned, cited and lease ereleased as the investigation is ungoing. also an unnamed teacher or staff member at this school has been placed on temporary administrative leave while the investigation continues. some of the boys who say they were victims of this alleged abuse, this hazing, say it was a ritual for members of the team who made varsity. >> they told me if i wanted it the easy way or the hard way the varsity team. in that moment, my heart was, like, pounding and, like, i just, like, kind of, like, blacked out and i said -- i told them -- i just remember telling them, i want it the easy way. but i tried to run, but, like, they got me back.
that it's show times. these messages are among 250 pages of e-mails obtained by "los angeles times." michael jackson described in them is a jackson the public never saw. ♪ some things in life they just don't want to see ♪ not even in "this is it" the behind the scenes movie documenting prep for the blockbuster comeback. but this slurred phone message recorded a month before his death. played at conrad murray's trial seems to support assertions jackson was not well. the underwriter of the comeback shows is now suing aeg, claiming the company lied about jackson's health to secure a $17.5 million insurance policy. jackson's heirs are also suing aeg claiming promoters pressured him. to perform. we could not reach aeg for comment, but lawyers for the company told the l.a. times these messages are incomplete and leaked to portray the company in a negative light. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. ♪ >> wow, there is not a bigger mj fan on the planet than i am. it is just unbelievable to see just his last couple months how sad they were, how completely unraveled he seemed to be. for a
of the democratic convention, los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. villaraigosa. we'll be right back from hi. remember me? i'm one of more than 3 million disabled veterans living in the united states. my brothers and sisters gladly gave our all for our country, but we need help to get our lives back to normal again. that's why we depend on the dav, the disabled american veterans, to fight for benefits and rights that we earned. don't forget america's disabled veterans, and remember the dav. >> chris: and we are back now in the fox news sky box in the time-warner arena here in charlotte. the mayor of one of the nation's largest cities will have a big role this week. joining us now, the chairman of the democratic national convention, los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. welcome to "fox news sunday." >> good to see you again, chris. >> you may be the chairman of the democratic convention but you like to say and i will read the quote you take on stupid whereever is exists. what is stewed by with romney and the republicans. >> i don't want to describe either governor romney or the republicans
never worked so well. >>> parents at a los angeles area high school are demanding answers after members of the soccer team at the school made these allegations, school officials are calling, them, i'm quoting them, deeply disturbing. these three players, they have accused their teammates of luring them into this ritual of hazing and sexual assault, all part of an initiation on to the varsity soccer team. some of the boys allegedly subjected to physical assault for as young as 14 years of age. cnn's casey wian is live outside this high school, the puente high school. fill me in. >> reporter: well, the latest, brooke, is that los angeles county sheriffs investigators have interviewed 70 current and former soccer players at la p t pepen puente high school. they say it appears hazing was going on in the soccer program for years and that some of it may have risen to the level of criminal conduct. four boys at the time of the alleged incident, three of them still minors today, one of them an adult, were questioned, cited and lease ereleased as the investigation is ungoing. also an unnamed te
of los angeles, the chairman of the convention but saying "a" for effort could provide more fodder for republicans. >>shepard: how will the republicans counter that? >>reporter: the republicans are jumping on him. the president was laying out his defense in the battleground of virginia and the challenge on thursday night, and that is dealing with the high unemployment and trying to make the case to the american people on thursday night, look, i need four more years to finish the job. here is the president. >> we have come too far to turn back now. we have created a lot of jobs but we have more jobs to create. we have more doors of opportunity to open up for everyone willing to work hard and walk through the doors. >>reporter: democrats are pushing back on this saying the president not only has an opportunity on tuesday to lay out what he would do but they think mitt romney miss add big opportunity by not spending enough time on what he would do as president. instead, he attacked president obama. >>shepard: thank you. how do you like the music, ed? >>reporter: great to be here. grea
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